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Death Valley in 360 degrees #14162
03/28/08 03:47 AM
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Here are a couple of 360 degree panos I took when I was in Death Valley last week. One is at Badwater, the lowest elevation in the continental US. The other is an early morning view of the giant sand dunes near Stovepipe Wells.

Just click and drag your mouse over the pano to pan across and up and down.

BTW it was beautiful weather last week. Not many wildflowers, but lots of geological color.

http://www.lamsonweb.com/Galleries/360panos/badwaterpano.htm

http://www.lamsonweb.com/Galleries/360panos/dvdunes-pano2.htm

Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: glamson] #14163
03/28/08 03:35 PM
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Was able to see the first one, but the second shows that it is 100% done but just a white screen, The first looks very desolate. One place I have never been,DAve

Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: dave_lines] #14164
03/28/08 04:35 PM
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Quote:

Was able to see the first one, but the second shows that it is 100% done but just a white screen, The first looks very desolate. One place I have never been,DAve




Dave,

Ummm! Not sure why you're having a problem with the second one. This is a Java viewer and I would think if you could see the first one, you should be able to see the second one which I is actually a little more interesting. You might try downloading the latest version of Java from Sun at

http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp

Yes, Badwater is a very desolate place as is most of Death Valley. It's one place where you will see a "crowd" at Death Valley. Seems like everyone drives out there.

Thanks for the feedback.

Geo

Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: glamson] #14165
03/28/08 09:52 PM
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downloaded the latest java,, still the same thing,, not sure why,, will wait till someone else trys it before I panic, DAve

Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: glamson] #14166
03/29/08 05:51 AM
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Hi George:

Very nice . . . as usual.

BTW, the link works fine for me.

Tucson Jim

Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: Tucson Jim] #14167
03/29/08 07:10 PM
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I am using firefox and I, too, have a problem with #2. It says in the image space:
"Loading image 100% complete" and my status bar says App;et ptviewer started, but nothing ever appears.

#1 works perfectly

I will try IE-7.
Hmmm ... same thing there.

All my plug-ins and other items are fully up to date.


Durwood Edwards
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"Never miss a good chance to shut-up!" - Will Rogers
Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: Durwood Edwards] #14168
03/29/08 08:11 PM
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Whew,,, thanks,, now I know it isn't just me. IE 7 here. DAve

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Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: dave_lines] #14169
03/29/08 08:40 PM
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Whew,,, thanks,, now I know it isn't just me. IE 7 here. DAve





Dave,

Computers. Ya gotta love em.

OK. Let's try this link which is to a flash player instead of a Java player.

http://www.lamsonweb.com/Galleries/360panos/dv-dunespano.htm

Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: glamson] #14170
03/29/08 10:57 PM
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guess I wasn't meant to see this one,, at least the window changed,, it is red now instead of white.. LOL,I checked,, I have the latest flash player too. DAve

Last edited by dave_lines; 03/29/08 10:58 PM.
Re: Death Valley in 360 degrees [Re: dave_lines] #14171
03/29/08 11:33 PM
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guess I wasn't meant to see this one,, at least the window changed,, it is red now instead of white.. LOL,I checked,, I have the latest flash player too. DAve




OK I give up on the panning viewer. Here is the standard static image.


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